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Radio interview with Andrew Chanen, MD in honor of Mental Health Week in Australia

There's been an increasing recognition over the last two decades that personality and personality disorder are continuous and also that they are not what we once thought they were. We traditionally have thought of personality and personality pathology as being stable from early childhood or adolescence until the end of life, but in fact personality turns out to be a much more fluid construct than we previously thought. Listen Now Show Transcript


People With Borderline Personality Disorder Do Recover, Says Expert

Patients who meet criteria for recovery from borderline personality disorder (BPD) are more likely to marry and be parents than those who do not recover, and they are more likely to do so at an older age. That’s what Mary Zanarini, Ed.D., of McLean Hospital, Belmont, Mass., reported today at a symposium on long-term outcome for borderline personality disorder at APA’s 2013 annual meeting. During the symposium, Zanarini—who is one of the leading researchers on BPD—discussed findings from...


Special Call-In Series: Educational Seminar: “Connecting the Dots” Recordings of Drs. Charlie Swenson and Kelly Koerner

LISTEN NOW and BLOG TO JOIN THE DISCUSSION!: Listen to the first three call recordings. Email neabpd@aol.com to register. Subject: Connecting the Dots. Message: Name and phone number. Also, share your thoughts and questions on the calls. Click the play button to listen March 25, 2012 Connecting the Dots: April 29th, 2012 - Connecting the Dots Part 2: Foibles, Quirks and Shortgoings. Click the play button to listen: May 20th, 2012 - Connecting the Dots Part 3: Being Radical - The Difference...


Mindfulness Series: Blaise Aguirre, MD and Gillian Galen, Psy.D. Sunday Four-Part Call-in Series. Listen to the recordings of the first two calls.

15-Apr-12-mindfulnessIn this two-part series, Drs. Aguirre and Galen gave an overview of mindfulness and how it can be useful for people with BPD and their loved one. Although they drew mainly on mindfulness practices in DBT, they also integrated non-DBT practices such as Loving Compassion. They helped tol demystify the practice and discussed how one can start their own practice and incorporate mindfulness into daily living. They discussed common pitfalls and challenges that often...


Chicago WGN Radio Interview with Jonathon Brandmeier

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Special Call-In Discussion: Tragedy in Newtown, CT. Listen to recording of open forum December 19th. Drs. Oldham, Breiling, Pandya and other Menninger Faculty.

NEABPD hosted a special Call-In Hour. Moderators were: John M. Oldham, MD, Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, The Menninger Clinic Professor and Executive Vice Chair, Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Baylor College of Medicine, Immediate Past President, American Psychiatric Association James Breiling, Ph.D. Past Program Head-Psychopathology, Behavioral Dysregulation and Measurement Development Program National Institute of Mental Health 19-Dec-12 - Special...